April 14, 2003

ERP KIM Newsletter 14-05-03

SERBIAN ORTHODOX DIOCESE FEARS THAT PRIVATIZATION IN KOSOVO WILL LEGITIMIZE ILLEGAL CONFISCATION OF CHURCH PROPERTY DURING COMMUNIST RULE

THE BISHOPS OF THE SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH ARE EXPECTED TO ISSUE A STRONG REQUEST TO BELGRADE GOVERNMENT, UNMIK AND GOVERNMENTS OF THE LEADING WESTERN COUNTRIES NOT TO ALLOW LEGALIZATION OF FORMER COMMUNIST CRIMES AND INJUSTICES
After the Second World war large tracts of arrable land and forests were confiscated from the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kosovo and Meothija and the Church was never allowed during the Communist period to restitute its property. The latest UNMIK's regulation on privatization threatens to let Kosovo Albanian companies legaly take over the former Church property and thus make the restitution impossible.

EASTER MONDAY AT THE CITY GARBAGE DUMP
Serbs from Pec visit Pec Cemetery for the first time in four years - The majority of Orthodox cemeteries throughout Kosovo and Metohija, especially in locations where no Serbs remain, have been completely destroyed. Some, such as the one in Zahac, have even been leveled with a bulldozer. "In the villages of Babic, Glavicica, Svrke, Naklo, Brestovik, Ljevosa, Siga and Decani, not one tombstone remains in the Orthodox cemeteries. In many, such as Klina municipalities, the chapels have also been torn down and set on fire. Everything has also been completely destroyed in Petric, Drsnik and other villages," says a member of the Kosovo police.

FRESH DAMAGE TO ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN ICONS AT MATEJCHE MONASTERY, MACEDONIA
Ethnic Albanian nationalist NLA members who used the monastery as a gun nest in 2001 purposefully damaged the 700 years old Orthodox Christian frescos

BELGRADE WILL STOP FURTHER COOPERATION WITH UNMIK UNTIL EXTRADICTION OF SHEFKET MUSLIU - ALBANIAN EXTREMIST LEADER FROM SOUTH SERBIA
The failure to extradite him means jeopardising the peace and the implementation of the program to resolve the crisis in the region of the Bujanovac, Presevo and Medvedja municipalities

SNC: UNMIK'S PROTECTION OF CRIMINALS IS ENCOURAGING TERRORISM IN THE BALKANS
Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija is strongly supporting the position of the Serbian Government and the Coordination Center chief Nebojsa Covic who has announced today that Belgrade will stop its relations with UNMIK unteil Musliu is extradicted.

COVIC STONEWALLS ON EXTRADICTION ISSUE
After Covic's departure from the UNMIK headquarters in Pristina, Steiner told media that the deputy Serbian prime minister had asked for a decision to be made today on extraditing Musliu and that this had been his condition for attending the liaison meeting.

BELGRADE ANNOUNCED URGENT DIPLOMATIC ACTION TO BLOCK IMPLEMENTATION OF STEINER'S PRIVATIZATION REGULATION
The Regulation is out of norms and standards of the international community where property is sacred and an impermissible move made without consent of the land owner and this is Belgrade - Nebojsa Covic (Coordination Center, Belgrade)

SERB,
ROMA AND GORANI REFUGEES IN MACEDONIA PROTEST AND REQUEST RETURN TO KOSOVO
Macedonia still hosts around 5,000 refugees from Kosovo. Most of them are Serbs, Romas, Gorans, and Ashkalis. They demanded safe return to their houses and protection of their violated human rights.

KFOR BELIEVES THERE ARE STILL EXTREMIST ELEMENTS WITHIN KOSOVO PROTECTION CORPS (TMK)

TMK and Kosovo are jeopardized and should be ashamed if it is discovered that someone within the TMK is a member of terrorist organization," read the press release, issued by KFOR.

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SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH FEARS THAT PRIVATIZATION WILL LEGITIMIZE ILLEGAL CONFISCATION OF CHURCH PROPERTY DURING THE COMMUNIST RULE

After the Second World war large tracts of arrable land and forests were confiscated from the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kosovo and Meothija and the Church was never allowed during the Communist period to restitute its property. The latest UNMIK's regulation on privatization threatens to let Kosovo Albanian companies legaly take over the former Church property and thus make the restitution impossible.

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ERPKIM Info-Service
Gracanica, May 13, 2003

PHOTO: Will the monastery land be illegaly privatized under UNMIK - Pec Patriarchate (13th cent)

Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Raska and Prizren has expressed today its strongest opposition to the latest regulation of UNMIK according to which the so called socially owned property in Kosovo and Metohija may be rented to kosovo.netpanies for the period of 99 years or even sold. This regulation, according to the Church legal advisors, is opening a process in which the former confiscated Church land, which became so called socially owned property during the Communist rule, may be found in Albanian private ownership soon.

After the Second World War and the establishment of the Communist rule in Yugoslavia large tracts of arrable land and forests were confiscated from the Serbian Orthodox Church, primarily  in Kosovo and Meothija. Ever since the Church failed to restitute its property because the Church was viewed as one of the strongest opponents of the Communist rule. After the confiscation in 1946, a part of the Church land was simply distributed to Albanian farmers, many of whom had immigrated to Kosovo from Albania during the Nazi rule. The other part was kept as the state owned property or assigned to socially owned companies. Kosovo Albanians who benefited the most from this confiscation now understadably want to avoid restitution of the Chruch land by all means and press UNMIK to pursue a hasty privatization which will finally bring the former Church property into their private hands before a law on restitution is drafted.

Serbian Ministry of Justice is already preparing a law on denationalization according to which the illegaly confiscated property will be returned to its previous owners, including religious communities. Similar laws are under way in other ex-Yugoslav and former Communist East European countries. The Church rightfully expects that UNMIK will follow this path and issue regulations which will protect the former property of religious communities from privatization and allow first its restitution to the Orthodox Church and other religious communities. Serbian Orthodox Church was one of the largest land-owners before the Second World War, especially large monasteries like Decani and Pec Patriarchate. These Church owned lands were even spared during the Ottoman rule although they constituted only a pale shaddow of the huge Church estates from the Middle Ages which used to cover a larger part of the today's western part of the Province known as Metohia (Greek: metohia, pl. of metochion, monastery property)

However, the latest UNMIK's regulation on privatization threatens to allow Kosovo Albanian companies and private owners "legaly" privatize the former Church property and thus make the restitution impossible. For the Church which has lost more than 100 holy sites after the beginning of the UN Mission in Kosovo and additional blow and discouragement. Serbian Orthodox Diocese has therefore already asked from the Coordination Center and UNMIK to take into consideration its rightfull claims, but so far no assurances have been given that the former Church property will be spared from privatization and restituted.

This serious issue is expected to be discussed at the annual Synod of Serbian Orthodox Bishops iwhich has begun in Belgrade today. The Bishops are expected to issue a strong request to Belgrade Government, UN Security Council, UNMIK and the leading Western Governments not to allow legalizaton of communist time crimes and injustices, primarily on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija and create conditions for the restitution of the unfightfully confiscated Church property.

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EASTER MONDAY AT THE CITY GARBAGE DUMP
Serbs from Pec visit Pec Cemetery for the first time in four years

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Danas daily, Belgrade
May 11, 2003

by J.Tasic

PHOTO: They lied to us when they said only a few tombstones were destroyed: Pec Cemetery, May 2003

The first Monday after Easter, which is called Pobusani and dedicated to the deceased, was the reason that a group of 120 expelled Serbs from Pec, now living scattered throughout central Serbia, for the first time in the four years since the arrival of the international administration in Kosovo and Metohija, came in organized fashion on this holiday to visited the Pec Orthodox Cemetery. Despite the three day-long efforts of the "advance guard", a group of 15 residents of Pec and Gorazdevac who cleaned and tidied the cemetery as much as possible, which had in the meanwhile been transformed in the city garbage dump, they found a disheartening scenario. More than half of the tombstones were broken and destroyed; the marble plates had been removed from most; some graves had been opened and dug up; and the clean up team discovered three unidentified bodies, subsequently claimed by the UNMIK police.

"This is scandalous. They lied to us when they said only a few tombstones were destroyed. More than half of the cemetery is leveled with the ground," commented Stevan Mihailovic, who came for the first time in four years with his father and sister to visit the grave of his mother.

Milorad Vladic, a native of Pec currently living in the collective center in Jagodina, and a member of the group working on cleaning up the cemetery, explains that even the entrance to the cemetery was unrecognizable due to the garbage that had been dumped there.

"I worked on the clean up for three days. We would finish cleaning for the day and the very next morning we would find new tombstones had been destroyed," claims Vladic.

Most of the Pec natives believes that the local city department of public works is responsible for the condition of the cemetery, although neither UNMIK nor the Belgrade authorities have missed out on a share of the blame. "They have been here for four years and they have done nothing. We are grateful to the Coordinating Center for making it possible for us to come to Pec but they need to act more concretely and swiftly instead of wasting their time arguing at meetings," claims Mihailovic, who now lives in Smederevo.

The group working on cleaning up the cemetery was received the day before the arrival of the convoy from central Serbia by the mayor of Pec. He received some praise for his goodwill "in allowing and enabling the clean up and visit to the cemetery, although Pec natives are disappointed by silence on the subject of Serb returns".

"We spoke but it all seemed pointless. I asked the mayor when he intends to begin returns, at least to Brestovik, Siga and Ljevosa, villages that the international community has been pushing a little more lately. There was no concrete answer," says Vladic.

According to Vladic, one of the main problems for expelled Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija is that they have no status. "We are not refugees and we have no rights. We are wanderers. We were not received in central Serbia as we should have been nor are we are allowed to return here to our destroyed homes. It's useless to try to remain calm. The provocations are great. It's hard to retain one's sanity if one just looks around this cemetery."

The majority of Orthodox cemeteries throughout Kosovo and Metohija, especially in locations where no Serbs remain, have been completely destroyed. Some, such as the one in Zahac, have even been leveled with a bulldozer. "In the villages of Babic, Glavicica, Svrke, Naklo, Brestovik, Ljevosa, Siga and Decani, not one tombstone remains in the Orthodox cemeteries. In many, such as Klina municipalities, the chapels have also been torn down and set on fire. Everything has also been completely destroyed in Petric, Drsnik and other villages," says a member of the Kosovo police.

The horrible condition of the Naklo Cemetery was also confirmed by Slavica Popovic, who was escorted to her son's and her husband's grave by UNMIK police. "The cemetery is uncleared. It is completely overgrown with weeds. The tombstones are destroyed. Even the wire fence around the cemetery has been removed," says Slavica Popovic, who has three other children and now lives in the collective center in Rakovica. She says she would return to Naklo but only if the other Serbs return as well, because her village is ethnically mixed.

The almost two hour-long visit to the Pec Cemetery was escorted by a strong presence of Italian KFOR troops and UNMIK police. The cleaning up of the graves, the serving of the requiem mass and the leaving of colored Easter eggs as tradition dictates was carefully followed from the other side of the low cemetery fence by the workers from the auto mechanic's shop and other stores on the other side of the street, from which newly composed Kosovo Albanian "patriotic" songs thundered at maximum volume.

The visit to the Orthodox cemetery in Pec, according to Radmila Sugovic, is a continuation of the campaign begun in early March when a petition bearing 1,041 signatures of Serbs expelled from Pec was forwarded to UNMIK, KFOR and the Italian Embassy in Serbia-Montenegro. Their request for the protection of Pec Cemetery and the possibility of regular visits was also supported by the Diocese of Raska and Prizren. The Easter Monday visit was organized with the assistance of the Coordinating Center of Serbia and Serbia-Montenegro for Kosovo and Metohija. Although interest in going to Pec was so great that five buses could have been easily filled in Belgrade, the list had to be limited to 120 people.

According to UNMIK's decree jurisdiction and responsibility for the protection of monuments, including Serbian churches and monasteries, falls on UNMIK police.

The worrisome condition of the Orthodox cemetery in Pec has also been mentioned in a report by a two-member delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church, which visited churches and cemeteries throughout the Province at the beginning of this year. Monk David Perovic, a professor at the Theological Faculty in Belgrade and envoy of Patriarch Pavle, who visited Pec and surroundings reported that "the destruction of graves is continuing according to an already established routine, also including the resale of valuable marble plates from Serbian graves to the Albanian Muslim population." Natives of Pec who visited Pec Cemetery on Easter Monday saw for themselves the horror of what can only be partially discerned from the reports and photographs.

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FRESH DAMAGE TO ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN ICONS IN MATEJCHE MONASTERY
http://www.realitymacedonia.org  - Ethnic Albanian nationalist NLA members who used the monastery as a gun nest in 2001 purposefully damaged the 700 years old Orthodox Christian frescos.

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photo: 14th century fresco of St. Apostle Peter desercrated by Albanian extremists in 2001

Skopje, FYR Macedonia
May 12, 2003

(A1 TV) – Unknown perpetrators damaged six icons--reproductions—in "Sv. Bogorodica" (Saint Mother of God) monastery, near Matejche village, Kumanovo region.

A police patrol which surveyed this region noticed the damage.

The police, accompanied by OSCE representatives, examined the crime scene, officially registrated the damage of this important archeological site, and started an investigation.
Ethnic Albanian nationalist NLA members who used the monastery as a gun nest in 2001 purposefully damaged the 700 years old Orthodox Christian frescos.

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BELGRADE WILL NO LONGER COOPERATE WITH UNMIK UNTIL EXTRADICTION OF SEFKET MUSLIU
CRISIS IN KOSOVO RELATIONS

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Radio B92
May 13, 2003

photo: Serbian Deputy premier Nebojsa Covic arrives to UNMIK HQ in Pristina today


BELGRADE/PRISTINA -- Tuesday – Belgrade will no longer cooperate with the UN administration in Kosovo after its refusal today to extradite south Serbian guerrilla leader Sefket Musliu, Nebojsa Covic said this evening.

Covic, who heads Belgrade's Kosovo Coordination Centre, was speaking on his return from Pristina, where he refused to attend a liaison meeting after three hours of discussions with Kosovo governor Michael Steiner.

"They have finally realised that Sefket Musliu has committed a series of different crimes and now they would like to try him in Kosovo.

"We cannot work and talk any longer if Sefket Musliu is not extradited to the Serbian justice system.

"The failure to extradite him means jeopardising the peace and the implementation of the program to resolve the crisis in the region of the Bujanovac, Presevo and Medvedja municipalities.

"This man beat mayors and threatened them, he beat multiethnic police, so the failure to extradite him amounts to encouraging such behaviour," said Covic.

UNMIK: MUSLIU EXTRADICTION "IMPOSSIBLE"

BETA News Agency
May 13, 2003


PRISTINA -- Tuesday – Kosovo governor Michael Steiner said today that it was not possible to extradite former south Serbian guerrilla leader Sefket Musliu to Serbia.

Describing Musliu as "a big-time criminal", Steiner said that extradition was out of the question because Musliu was within the jurisdiction of the Kosovo justice department.


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SNC: UNMIK'S PROTECTION OF CRIMINALS IS ENCOURAGING TERRORISM IN THE BALKANS

Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija is strongly supporting the position of the  the Serbian Coordination Center chief Nebojsa Covic who has announced today that Belgrade will stop its relations with UNMIK unteil Musliu is extradicted.

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ERPKIM Info-Service
May 13, 2003

Serbian National Council has expressed a serious concern because of UNMIK's stubborn refusal to hand over Shefket Musliu, leader of the ethnic Albanian extremists in South Serbia.

Serbian Ministry of justice and police have credible proofs that Musliu is responsible for serious crimes comitted on the territory of Southern Serbia and have issued a request for his extradiction from Kosovo where he attempted to avoid justice.

Steiner's rigid position that UNMIK will not hand over Musliu to the Serbian authorities is a serious precedent which will encourage the terrorism in the Balkans and give a hope to ethnic Albanian extremists that Kosovo is their safe haven from law and justice. Beside Musliu in Kosovo many former members of the Kosovo Liberation Army enjoy immunity from both local and international courts only because UNMIK and KFOR want to avoid worsening of their position among radicalized Kosovo Albanian population. Pursuing of such policy based on wrong compromises and tolerating of violence will in the long run only make Kosovo a basis for further terrorist operations in the region.

Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija is strongly supporting the position of the Serbian Coordination Center chief Nebojsa Covic who has announced today that Belgrade will stop its relations with UNMIK unteil Musliu is extradicted.

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COVIC STONEWALLS ON EXTRADICTION ISSUE

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Beta News Agency
May 12, 2003


PRISTINA -- Tuesday – Deputy Prime Minister Nebojsa Covic today refused to attend a meeting of the Kosovo liaison body after three hours of discussions with the province's UN governor, Michael Steiner.

Covic, who heads Belgrade's Kosovo Coordination Centre, said dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina could not proceed until former south Serbian guerrilla leader Sefket Musliu was extradited to face charges in Serbia.

"Until this happens we will be unable to work on other issues," said Covic, adding that it was now up to Steiner and the UN mission to consider Musliu's extradition.

After Covic's departure from the UNMIK headquarters in Pristina, Steiner told media that the deputy Serbian prime minister had asked for a decision to be made today on extraditing Musliu and that this had been his condition for attending the liaison meeting.

Covic also told media that Steiner had admitted that the agreement on northern Kosovska Mitrovica was not being implemented.

It was not possible, he said, for any person to live by saying one thing and doing another, even if the person's name is Steiner.

The deputy prime minister also objected to Steiner's latest decree on changes in ownership of public land in Kosovo.

"We are not expecting robbery; we expect the privatisation process to be fair so that all the people living in Kosovo may benefit from it," he said.

The only positive development at today's meeting in Pristina was an agreement on continued police cooperation.

Sources close to the UN mission said that a meeting of police officials from Kosovo and Serbia could be held as early as next week.


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BELGRADE ANNOUNCED URGENT DIPLOMATIC INITIATIVE TO PREVENT IMPLEMENTATION OF STEINER'S REGULATION ON PRIVATIZATION
The Regulation is out of norms and standards of the international community where property is sacred and an impermissible move made without consent of the land owner and this is Belgrade - Nebojsa Covic (Coordination Center, Belgrade)

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Radio Yugoslavia - News
May 13, 2003

UNMIK head Michael Steiner’s Regulation on the Beneficiary Rights on the Land, which anticipates that after privatization in Kosovo, socially owned enterprises shall not, as before, be beneficiaries of the land, but lease-holders for the period of 99 years, caused turbulent reactions of the official Belgrade. Representatives of the State Coordination Center for Kosmet, particularly emphasize the stance that the owner, that is the titular of the land is the state, and enterprises are beneficiaries only. It is inconceivable to go into privatization without the resolved nationalization, considers the head of the Judiciary Department of the State Coordination Centrer for Kosmet, Vladimir Bozovic. Vice Prime Minister of Serbia Nebojsa Covic, has announced that he will discuss the disputable Regulation with the UNMIK head, as well as with other international representatives.

The Minister for Human and minority Rights of Serbia and Montenegro, Rasim Ljajic, has announced Belgrade’s strong diplomatic initiative on the occasion of UNMIK head Michael Steiner’s Regulation that social property in Kosovo may be rented for the period of 99 years, or be sold. This initiative is inevitable because of other disputable questions in the relations between Steiner and Belgrade, too, said Ljajic. He has also announced that the law on denationalization would be passed most probably until autumn, but that it could not be valid for Kosovo and that that question had to be resolved through negotiations with the international community representatives.

BELGRADE CRITICIZES THE REGULATION is the title under which the DANAS daily reports that Michael Steiner yesterday announced a Regulation "on transformation of beneficiary rights of the social real estate", that is, a document on privatization of Kosovo economy. On this occasion, president of the Coordination Center for Kosovo-Metohija Nebojsa Covic reacted sharply, calling upon the international community to help and stop such unilateral moves which may destabilize the situation in the Province. Covic said that the Regulation represented extortion of social capital and added that it was another provocation towards Belgrade, the representatives of which had not been consulted in its making. "The Regulation is out of norms and standards of the international community where property is sacred and an impermissible move made without consent of the land owner and this is Belgrade", emphasized Covic. He added that all knew how much Serbia had been investing in Kosovo-Metohija and how big was its property in the Province, and he, therefore, appealed to workers to protect their property. Covic assessed that "as closer is the end of Steiner’s mandate, he makes more and more problematic moves, according to the system - after me, the deluge", quotes the daily.

In his recent statements, Steiner has gone so far as to even deny that Kosovo is a province of Serbia, obviously showing great ignorance in history. Namely, the BORBA daily quotes his statement to the MOST TV from Zvecan, that according to the UN Security Council Resolution 1244, Kosovo is not a province of Serbia, as well as that this is the opinion of the entire international community. He, nevertheless, adds that the question of final status is open and that neither Belgrade nor Pristina should prejudge it.

The Serbian Minister for Privatization, Aleksandar Vlahovic, has also reacted to the latest Steiner’s moves towards the beginning of privatization in Kosovo-Metohija, stating that is surprised by the UNMIK head’s decision, write the VECERNJE NOVOSTI daily. This Regulation, made without consultations with the Serbian Government, creates additional confusion regarding the model of privatization that would be applied to Kosovo enterprises. The Government of Serbia shall, therefore, request UNMIK and international financial institutions, that privatization in Kosovo-Metohija respects elementary economic standards and logics. In no any country in transition such an approach has been applied, to sell an enterprise without respecting the enterprise’s creditors - the state of Serbia in this case, quoted Vlahovic.

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SERB, ROMA AND GORANI REFUGEES IN MACEDONIA PROTEST AND REQUEST RETURN TO KOSOVO
Macedonia still hosts around 5,000 refugees from Kosovo. Most of them are Serbs, Romas, Gorans, and Ashkalis. They demanded safe return to their houses and protection of their violated human rights.

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Tanjug
Skopje, FYR Macedonia

May 10, 2003

On Friday, a couple of hundred refugees from Kosovo and Metohija that were placed in camps in Macedonia continued their quiet protests in front of the embassies of the western countries which have their offices in Skopje. They demanded safe return to their houses and protection of their violated human rights.

In spite the high temperatures a few hundred Romas from the "Shuto Orizari" refugee camp together with the children, the women and the elderly are protesting for two days in front the EU office, the British embassy, and the OSCE office in Skopje. Their main slogan is "We want our rights". Macedonia still hosts around 5,000 refugees from Kosovo. Most of them are Serbs, Romas, Gorans, and Ashkalis.

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KFOR BELIEVES THERE ARE STILL EXTREMIST ELEMENTS WITHIN KOSOVO PROTECTION CORPS (TMK)
TMK and Kosovo are jeopardized and should be ashamed if it is discovered that someone within the TMK is a member of terrorist organization," read the press release, issued by KFOR.

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KOHA DITORE
Pristina, May 12, 2003

KFOR warned that the suspension of all TMK activities outside Kosovo will continue until solid proof that verifies this formation is free of members that are involved in terrorist groups, is given.

Through a press release KFOR stated there are reasons that make you believe there are still members within TMK that are involved in terrorist activities.

"TMK and Kosovo are jeopardized and should be ashamed if it is discovered that someone within the TMK is a member of terrorist organization," read the press release, issued by KFOR.

"This is not a punishment. Based on the fact that two TMK members were involved in the terrorist act of 11 April, there are reasons to believe there are more TMK members that were involved in activities to mine the future of Kosovo. We work with TMK Commander to identify these individuals against whom proper measures will be undertaken," continued the press release.

In the press release, it was also explained that the suspension of deployment and training outside Kosova is a preventive measure until KFOR is assured there are no TMK members involved in terrorist groups.

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